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"Quickbooks- Assigning "Account" to "uncategorized expenses"?

"Quickbooks- I have a transaction report with a lot of "uncategorized expenses". How can I assign multiple checks to the same Account without double-clicking on each one and assigning them separately. There are over 900 I have to do and many of them are for the same name.

Update:

Thanks for the response. Yes, the data was imported from Quicken. My bank has an export only to Quicken, not Quickbooks, and then I imported to Quickbooks from Quicken. I am really trying to avoid doing them one at a time.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    you can click on the transaction to get it to pull a detail up.. and assign multiple accounts within that transaction.

    I'm sorry.. but you are going to have to do the transactions one-by-one... QB will not automatically assume all are under a particular account

    Source(s): QB 2007 Premiere Edition user
  • 1 decade ago

    Were these transactions imported from another program?

    How did they get into QB as uncategorized?

    QB doesn't allow uncategorized expenses, as I know it.

    That's one of the advantage of using QB over Quicken. Quicken will allow it, but QB won't.

  • 5 years ago

    I'll assign Blink "Stairway to Heaven" by Led Zeppelin

  • 1 decade ago

    I wish there was a way to do mass changes like that.

    You should be able to export it to excel, make your changes, then import it back.

    Make a file backup first though.

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